Associate Risk Control Specialist

Remote - New York

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Brown & Brown is seeking a Associate Risk Control Specialist for our team in Albany, New York .

The Associate Risk Control Specialist position is a training position with Wright Risk Management – New York Municipal Insurance Reciprocal (NYMIR).  This position will combine the administrative aspects of tracking and monitoring of risk management risk review reports, consultative work, training, etc.; in tandem with conducting actual risk management field work such as risk assessments, consultations, attending safety committee meetings, on-site training, etc.

NYMIR is a not-for profit, licensed, regulated insurer owned by its policyholders with nearly 900 municipalities across New York State.  The field position will require travel within a designated service territory within New York State and as directed by the Director of Risk Management.   

The primary responsibility for this position is to undergo administrative training in advance of initial supervised field training to provide risk evaluations for NYMIR clients and agency partners in order to eventually handle their own territory independently. Risk management activities include, but are not limited to, the following:

Initially, become familiar with utilizing Risk Management RCT platform that is used to process and track all Risk Management activity including distribution of recommendation letters and correspondence to NYMIR members, setting tasks, and compiling periodic management reports to the Director of Risk Management.

  • Risk Evaluations/Assessments of municipal facilities and operations to address property and casualty exposures and hazards to assess the risks and evaluate control measures to determine adequacy and develop appropriate recommendations in a timely manner to assist the member with claims frequency and severity reduction measures.

  • Evaluations of client risk management, loss control, and safety programs and policies to assist members where needed to comply with state and federal mandated safety regulations.

  • Conduct specialized training and seminars to members in those programs that are essential to loss prevention and reduction efforts.


  • Monitor client P&C loss experience with targeted loss analyses to plan, develop and recommend risk control services to members to address loss trends and mitigate claims.

  • Conduct on-site surveys to perform risk assessments of members and provide appropriate risk control recommendations.

  • Provide comprehensive reports and recommendations utilizing our on-line management system for underwriting.

  • Maintain open communications with clients, marketing, claims, underwriting, and management.

  • Support marketing and membership services efforts for existing and prospective members by presenting or coordinating the information on available risk control services, including participation in seminar activity.

  • Pursue continuing education courses for professional development.

  • Perform other activities, duties and responsibilities, as assigned.


  • Education:  BS/BA degree or working towards one.  Occupational/industrial/Commercial safety, environmental, emergency management, engineering, fire science or safety related degree preferred.

  • License/Certification/Designation: Attainment of Associate in Risk Management, (ARM), Associate in Risk Management for Public Entities, (ARM-P) and/or Associate Safety Professional or Certified Safety Professional (CSP) is desired.

  • Experience: Qualified candidates should have 1-3 years of public sector and/or private sector loss control or risk management experience.  Will consider college graduate with compatible skillset.

  • Knowledge:  General risk control policies, practices and procedures, with a concentration in property and casualty exposures.

  • Current knowledge of state and federal workplace safety and regulatory standards, (e.g. DOL, PESH, OSHA, DOT, NFPA), is a plus.

  • This position requires frequent travel by car, with some overnight stays.

  • Must have a valid driver’s license and maintain a good driving record. 


  • Excellent growth and advancement opportunities

  • Competitive pay based on experience

  • Ability to work hybrid

  • Discretionary Time Off (DTO)

  • Generous benefits package: health, dental, vision, 401(k), and many additional benefits

  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan

  • Salary Range: $60,000 - $80,000 depending on experience

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We take pride in the diversity of our team and seek diversity in our applicants.


Job Profile


North America


United States


Competitive pay Dental Discretionary Time Off Employee stock purchase plan Generous benefits package Growth and advancement opportunities Vision


Administrative Tasks Consultation Engineering Fire science Loss control Marketing Regulatory standards Risk Management Safety Regulations Training Underwriting

  • Conduct on-site surveys
  • Evaluations
  • Maintain communications with stakeholders
  • Marketing
  • Monitor P&C loss experience
  • Provide comprehensive reports
  • Pursue professional development
  • Risk assessments
  • Support marketing efforts
  • Training

1-3 years


BS/BA degree Emergency Management Engineering Environmental Safety Fire science Occupational safety




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